Housing View – November 17, 2017

On cross-country:

  • 8th Global Housing Finance Conference (May 30-June 01, 2018) – World Bank
  • How Cities Are Tightening the Leash on Airbnb – Citylab
  • Housing policy and marriage: evidence from Egypt, Jordan and Tunisia – Economic Research Forum


On the US:


On other countries:

  • [Australia] A rare dose of honesty in the housing affordability debate – MacroBusiness
  • [Canada] Immigration, Capital Flows, and Housing Prices – British Columbia
  • [Canada] Vancouver Limits Airbnb, in an Effort to Combat Its Housing Crisis – New York Times
  • [Germany] Ticking time-bomb lies under Berlin’s property market – Financial Times
  • [Germany] Spreading housing shortage hits over 850,000 people in Germany – Reuters
  • [India] Home Price Rises Slow in India Thanks to Modi’s Cash Ban – Bloomberg
  • [Ireland] Irish house prices: Déjà vu all over again? – Economic & Social Research Institute
  • [Netherlands] Amsterdam returns Dutch house prices to 2008 highs – Financial Times
  • [Sweden] UPDATE 3-Sweden’s FSA proposes tighter mortgage rules as housing market slows – Reuters
  • [Sweden] Sweden’s big banks call an end to decades-long housing boom – Financial Times
  • [Sweden] The Shock of Sweden’s Housing Market is Hitting the Country’s Currency – Bloomberg
  • [United Kingdom] However you analyse it, housing in Britain is a mess – Financial Times
  • [United Kingdom] Solving UK housing crisis requires more than new homes – Financial Times



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